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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #7

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Can't Miss Gut Health Links #7

Cool Research

Specific types of gut bacteria can protect against intestinal infections in mice.

New study of gut bacteria in premature infants reveals the vast scope of the problem of antibiotic resistance and gives new insight into the extreme vulnerability of these young patients.

Prebiotics can reduce body fat and alter intestinal microbiota in children who are Overweight or obese.

Another piece in the emerging picture showing the influence of microbiota in the gut.

Dietary prebiotics improve sleep and lessen the impacts of stress.

Interesting Blog Posts and Articles

Great article from Dr. Kelly Brogan on the gut and mental health.

Did you know that a traumatic brain injury can alter GI function?

Probiotics are being called one of the most important “new food categories” to emerge in the last 20 years.

Munch on just 15 almonds a day to help prevent disease and improve health.

Probiotics aren’t just for the gut – they’re good for your skin, too!

Take control of your digestion.

The brain and the gut are constantly talking to one another.

Podcasts and Videos I Enjoyed

Digestive Health talk from Intrinsi Clinic

What are prebiotics and why are they so important from Dr. Karin Dina

Recipe Repository

A berry kefir smoothie to give you a probiotic-boosted breakfast. (Add a scoop of our prebiotic fiber to get even more bang for your buck)

Take the above recipe a step further – and make your own kefir!


Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons. – Jim Bishop


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